Mixonline.com lists their coolest studio designs of 2017!
Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017 • Posted in: News
Radar congratulates Top Hat Recording Studio, Knoxville, Tenn. John Harvey and Mary Podio’s Top Hat studios was originally located in their home in Austin, Texas. Steven Durr Designs, Nashville, helped the owners rebuild in their new home in Knoxville, Tenn….
Why you haven’t been able to get the ultimate drum sound.
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017 • Posted in: News
Steve Lindsey of www.lindsaymusicstudio.com operates a real life school of rock. Steve shares why he uses Radar for tracking drums and the inherent problems trying to capture drums sounds digitally.
Are you making great music? Are you building a great community?
Monday, August 14th, 2017 • Posted in: News
William Baird is documentary film composer based out of Calgary, Alberta, he creates original music for compelling stories. One of William’s main inspirations is building a strong film and music community and his community building has been a big part…
He didn’t like PC’s until Radar!
Friday, August 11th, 2017 • Posted in: News
Tom Douglas is a producer & audio engineer is based out of the legendary “The Mix Palace” in New York, a world class recording studio with forty years experience. The Mix Palace crew have produced over one hundred gold and…
NAMM Recap: Session Software, Flooding, and Stevie Wonder
Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 • Posted in: News, Opinion, RADAR, Session Software, tecktalk, tradeshow
We sent Rob, our Session Software guru, down to the NAMM show to demo our brand new software, Session. Turns out it was his first ever NAMM show! We asked him to share some of his thoughts and experiences. We’re…
What is the next computer for the audio professional?
Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 • Posted in: Computer, Opinion, RADAR, Tips and Tricks
Are Conventional Choices The Way Forward? Audio professionals have some “must-have” requirements. They must be reliable, fast and robust. Until recently, Apple Mac computers have, for the most part, been the defacto-assumed computer for the recording studio. More recently, even…
Why One Pro Tools Professional Is Ditching His Mac
Saturday, November 5th, 2016 • Posted in: Computer, Opinion, RADAR, Tips and Tricks
In a recent Tape Op article sound engineer John Baccigaluppi talks about taking a hammer to his computer. A long time Mac user he writes; “Several years ago, I wrote an End Rant [Tape Op #102] about my frustration with software…
Tips and Tricks from the Control Room – Josh Smith
Friday, October 21st, 2016 • Posted in: Computer, News, RADAR, tecktalk, Tips and Tricks
Headline: Tips & Tricks from the Control Room: Josh Smith What our goal with this series of basic social media and blog posts is, is to give YOU the working musician, engineer, producer, or even a complete novice session…
Summer Promo eNewsletter
Thursday, July 30th, 2015 • Posted in: eNewsletters, News
RADAR studio: Get Back To The Sound Writing, performing and recording music is all about capturing your unique sound. RADAR has been helping artists and engineers do exactly that since the dawn of digital recording in 1991. The secret? The…
Michael Schatte RADAR Testimonial
Monday, May 25th, 2015 • Posted in: Artists
“I regard RADAR as an essential device in my studio workflow.”